Local Connections

Jasper is a dynamic, growing city; we’re proud to feature our economic development efforts and some of the local attractions, and facilities that are available for events both large and small.

City of Jasper

 Moving Toward a Greater Jasper

While already a thriving community, Jasper has tremendous potential. Under the leadership of Mayor Dean Vonderheide and the Common Council, the City of Jasper is heavily involved in public and private partnerships to revitalize and redevelop a number of areas in the city. Their efforts are focused around promoting quality of life for residents and visitors, ensuring that the City works closely with the business community to further economic growth, and to retain and enhance Jasper’s rich heritage.

City of Jasper – www.jasperindiana.gov

Dubois County

Stay and Play in Dubois County

While in you’re in Dubois County, be sure to create unforgettable memories aboard the Spirit of Jasper. Don’t stop there, though; there are so many things to see and do, here in heart of southern Indiana. From amusements, to attractions, to festivals, a great place to stay and much more, you’re sure to discover the unique, the fascinating and the just plain fun!

Dubois County Visitors Center & Tourism Center – www.duboiscounty.org

Jasper Indiana Chamber of Commerce

Live and Work in Jasper

Perhaps you’re considering Jasper as a destination to live, work, or retire. In that case, you’ll want to visit the Jasper Chamber of Commerce website. It’s packed with useful information for prospective residents. From climate to real estate to work and business opportunities, the Chamber’s website is your authoritative source for the info you need to know.

The Jasper Chamber of Commerce – www.jasperin.org

French Lick Scenic Railway

French Lick Scenic Railway

The Indiana Railway Museum currently operates as The French Lick Scenic Railway operating passenger trains over twenty-five miles of this track from French Lick to Jasper. The driving force behind the Railway is to provide guests with an experience harking back to a time when rail travel was the primary means of long distance travel.  You won’t find a Museum in the traditional sense.  There are no display cases full of dusty timetables and lanterns, but what you will find is the opportunity to experience history.  Instead of just looking at them, you will be able to climb aboard the train and experience rail travel first hand!

French Lick Scenic Railway – https://frenchlickscenicrailway.org/